It has been a little over three months since my last post, and a lot has changed in that time period. New job, new apartment, and new bike have all been things that have come into my life in that time period. It has caused me to go through a roller-coaster of emotions, and ultimately hold off on writing, which has been a detriment to me. Now that we are on the tail end of summer, I am going to try and commit to putting something new out every other week. Whether it is an article about infrastructure in Denver, a more personable blog post, or a piece of fiction, the content that will come out of here will go up again, I promise!
Good Evening Everyone!
If you have been watching the website lately, you may have noticed that it has been fairly… lacking in the past month or so. This is mostly due to the fact that I have been moving over the past 2-3 weeks to an apartment in the Lincoln Park area, and had been fairly tunnel vision when it came to that.
However, that is about to change!
Expect new material to start rolling out in the next couple weeks, from new posts on denverurbanism, to more of my fictional serial The Polybius Project, to other miscellaneous musings about life, you are in for some treats this spring!
*Featured Photo is the author’s bike on a ride to a lightrail station in Lakewood*
To my dear readers.
We will be sending out our first newsletter in the next couple of days. In it, I will be showcasing pieces that have been published since Thanksgiving, including a new chapter in the Polybius Diagnosis, a personal essay, and a DenverUrbanism article about the notorious S. Monaco bike lane. Subscribe here for these updates and more over the next few months.
Good morning everyone!
We are a little over 12 hours away from the closing of polls in Denver, and its time to vote! There are a lot of issues related to transit, mental health, and other important municipal issues that need to be voted on. Denverite, a digital publication that mostly covers Denver related issues, has both a state and local guide that I found informational. In general, I am in favor of anything that improves urban infrastructure and multi-modal forms of transportation, but have chosen not to make my endorsements statewide public (Local endorsements are here) outside of encouraging everyone to vote for candidates dedicated to urban and alternative infrastructure issues statewide.
Be sure to turn in your ballot by 7 PM on Tuesday.
Featured image is a post 2018 Colorado Primary picture of me voting. I forgot to grab a sticker and printed out a piece of paper.
Good morning everyone!
Last night around 8:15, I returned with a severely oversized suitcase filled with souvenirs from Atlanta and Athens to Denver! I am safely at home right now, and in full recovery mode until I go back to my “day job” on the 31st (yes, Halloween day).
I got a TON of pictures on my trip, including of new bike infrastructure that has emerged in Athens, things related to MARTA I thought were cool, my breakfast at Waffle House, and everything in between. Will start writing regularly again/responding to emails tomorrow once my sleep schedule is relatively normal/I finish my end of the month errands,
Featured image is of the arch at UGA, taken by Loren yesterday.